Triumph Street Triple Twins India-launch Date Revealed
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Triumph Street Triple Twins India-launch Date Revealed

News by Team Drivio | Jun 15, 2023

The Street Triple R is the more road-going bike, while the Street Triple RS is the track-focused one. 

  • In their latest iteration, the R makes 2PS more, while the RS makes 7PS more. 
  • Both bikes are now loaded to the T with electronics.
  • We expect them to be priced at Rs 11.5 lakh and Rs 13.5 lakh, ex-showroom respectively. 

The launch of the 2023 Triumph Street Triple line-up in India has experienced significant delays, but it seems that the motorcycles will finally make their debut on June 16. Industry sources suggest that the R variant will be priced between Rs 10 lakh and Rs 10.30 lakh, while the RS variant will be priced around Rs 11.60 lakh to 12 lakh. This represents a price increase ranging from Rs 50,000 to 1 lakh, depending on the specific variant.

The updated Triumph Street Triple R model is equipped with a liquid-cooled, 765cc three-cylinder engine that delivers 120hp. On the other hand, the Street Triple RS model offers 130hp from the same engine. Power has increased by 2hp for the R variant and 7hp for the RS variant, while the peak torque remains unchanged at 80Nm. Both versions come with a standard up/down quickshifter on the 6-speed gearbox.

SpecificationsTriumph Street Triple RTriumph Street Triple RS
Engine765cc engine765cc engine
Maximum power123PS130PS
Maximum torque80Nm80Nm
Transmission6-speed6-speed
Front SuspensionInverted ForkInverted Fork
Rear SuspensionMonoshockMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70-17120/70-17
Rear Tyre180/55-17180/55-17

In terms of electronics, the motorcycle now incorporates IMU-assisted cornering ABS and traction control. The Street Triple R introduces four ride modes: Road, Rain, Sport, and Rider (fully configurable). Additionally, the RS variant includes an extra Track mode. The settings for the electronic features can be accessed through a 5-inch colour TFT display on the RS model, while the R variant features a more basic LCD display.